laryngoscope down Burke's throat, he finds a vein, injects
Larry activates defibrillator, shock--Burke's body heaves.
Sweat drips from Larry's nose onto Burke's chest.
No more, please don't!
nightstand. Other pictures: a day at the beach, a young
serviceman, happy parents. Frank's mind drifts:
In the last year I had come to believe
the body and not wanting to be put
places death had left them. I
understood how crazy it was to think
this way, but I was convinced if I
turned around, I'd see Old Man Burke
standing at the window, watching,
waiting for us to finish.
remains flat. He's dead. It's time to quit.
I'll take over. Call ER and ask for
(to Mrs. Burke)
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